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Thomas Rhett
Country music singer Thomas Rhett, playing an acoustic guitar
Rhett in 2013
Background information
Birth nameThomas Rhett Akins Jr. [1]
Born (1990-03-30) March 30, 1990 (age 34) [1]
Valdosta, Georgia, U.S.
Origin Nashville, Tennessee, U.S.
Genres Country
Occupation(s)Singer-songwriter
Instrument(s)
  • Vocals
  • guitar
Years active2010–present
Labels Valory/Big Machine
Spouse(s)
( m. 2012)
Website thomasrhett.com

Thomas Rhett Akins Jr. (born March 30, 1990) [1] is an American country singer-songwriter. [2] He is the oldest son of singer Rhett Akins. [3]

Rhett has released six studio albums for Big Machine Records' Valory Music imprint: It Goes Like This (2013), [4] Tangled Up (2015), [5] Life Changes (2017), [6] Center Point Road (2019), Country Again: Side A (2021) and Where We Started (2022). [7] He has received four Grammy Award nominations with two albums being nominated for Best Country Album in 2017 and 2019. [8]

His six albums have produced 21 singles on the Billboard Hot Country and Country Airplay charts, with 17 reaching the No. 1 position on the latter: " It Goes Like This", " Get Me Some of That", " Make Me Wanna", " Crash and Burn", " Die a Happy Man", " T-Shirt", " Star of the Show", " Craving You", " Unforgettable", " Marry Me", " Life Changes", " Sixteen", " Remember You Young", " Look What God Gave Her", " Beer Can't Fix", " What's Your Country Song", and " Country Again".

In addition to much of his own material, Rhett has written singles for Jason Aldean, Lee Brice, Florida Georgia Line, LoCash, and Michael Ray, among others.

Early life

Singer Rhett Akins singing into a microphone and holding an acoustic guitar.
Thomas Rhett is the son of country singer-songwriter Rhett Akins, pictured in 2019.

Thomas Rhett Akins Jr. was born in Valdosta, Georgia, [1] to mother Paige (née Braswell) and father Rhett Akins. Rhett Akins had hit singles in the 1990s with " That Ain't My Truck" and " Don't Get Me Started" before becoming a songwriter at the beginning of the 21st century. [9]

He was raised in Hendersonville, Tennessee. [10] He grew up knowing other singers including Tim McGraw and Brooks & Dunn. [11] He has one younger sister, [12] and two younger half-brothers; one on his mother's side, and one his father's side. [13]

After learning to play drums while attending junior high school, Rhett later would go onstage with his father and play. In high school, he was part of a band named The High Heeled Flip Flops. [14] Rhett went to Lipscomb University in Nashville, Tennessee, to study communications. [15] He dropped out of college when he was 20 to pursue a career in music. [16] He subsequently accepted a publishing deal by Big Machine Label Group to write songs. [11]

Career

Songwriting

Rhett co-wrote the song "I Ain't Ready to Quit" on Jason Aldean's 2010 album My Kinda Party and signed a recording contract with Big Machine Records' Valory Music Group division in 2011. [17] The album's first 21 weeks were spent in the top 40 of the Billboard 200; it also has sold 1.7 million in its first years of release. [18] Rhett also co-wrote the 2013 singles " 1994" by Jason Aldean, " Parking Lot Party" by Lee Brice, and " Round Here" by Florida Georgia Line. During the chart week of September 21, 2013, the Country Airplay chart included five songs within the top 10 that Rhett or his father had co-written, including "It Goes Like This". [19]

Thomas Rhett at the 2014 Craven Country Jamboree

2012–2015: It Goes Like This

In early 2012, he released his debut single, " Something to Do with My Hands", followed later that year by " Beer with Jesus". Both of these made top 30 on the Hot Country Songs charts. His third single, " It Goes Like This", topped the Country Airplay chart and also peaked at number 2 on the Hot Country Songs.

His debut album, also titled It Goes Like This, was released on October 29, 2013. [20] The album's fourth single, " Get Me Some of That", became Rhett's second number 1 single in early 2014. The album's fifth single, " Make Me Wanna", was released to country radio on August 4, 2014. It reached number one on the Country Airplay chart on March 7, 2015. In between the two singles, Rhett sang guest vocals along with Justin Moore on Brantley Gilbert's " Small Town Throwdown".

2015–2017: Tangled Up

On April 7, 2015, Rhett released a new single titled " Crash and Burn" which served as the lead single to his second studio album. The album, Tangled Up, was released on September 25. [21] It reached at number one on the Country Airplay chart in September 2015. The album's second single, " Die a Happy Man" released to country radio on September 28, 2015. It reached at number one on the Country Airplay, Hot Country Songs, and Canada Country chart in December 2015. and January 2016. It stayed at number one on the Country Airplay chart for 8 weeks, becoming the second song in the chart's history to do so. The album's third single, " T-Shirt" released to country radio on February 16, 2016. It reached at number one on the Country Airplay in June 2016, but received poor critical reviews criticizing its lyrical content. The album's fourth single, "Vacation" released to country radio on June 13, 2016. The album's fifth single, "Star of the Show", released to country radio on October 3, 2016.

2017–2020: Life Changes and Center Point Road

On September 8, Rhett released his third studio album Life Changes. It includes the chart-topping singles " Craving You" featuring Maren Morris, " Unforgettable", and " Marry Me". The title track was released as the album's fourth single on April 16, 2018. [22] The album's fifth single was " Sixteen".

On March 1, 2019, Rhett released " Look What God Gave Her" as the lead-off single to his fourth studio album, Center Point Road. The following night, on Saturday Night Live, Rhett performed another new song from the album, called "Don't Threaten Me With a Good Time." The album was released on May 31. [23] " Remember You Young" was the album's second single, [24] while " Beer Can't Fix" featuring Jon Pardi was the third single. [25]

In 2020, Rhett released the standalone single " Be a Light", a star-studded collaboration featuring Reba McEntire, Hillary Scott, Chris Tomlin and Keith Urban. All proceeds earned from the song are donated to the MusiCares COVID-19 Relief Fund. [26] Rhett won Entertainer of the Year at the 2020 Academy of Country Music Awards. [27]

2021–present: Country Again and Where We Started

In March 2021, Rhett announced a double album release, with the first part, Country Again: Side A, released on April 30, 2021. It includes the singles " What's Your Country Song" and " Country Again". [28] [29] The album sees Rhett return to his country roots, with stripped down songs that often include country elements, such as the fiddle. [30] Six songs were co-written by his father, country singer Rhett Akins. [31] Rhett released previews of some of the album's songs on Instagram during the COVID-19 pandemic. [32] The second part of the album, Country Again: Side B, has yet to release. In March 2023, Rhett stated that the album had not come together because of his focus on releasing more high-energy music to play at live shows, but he still hoped to eventually release Side B. [33]

In November 2021, he released " Slow Down Summer", which was the lead single from his sixth studio album Where We Started, released on April 1, 2022. [34] The album's second single, " Half of Me," was released on June 6, 2022 as a collaboration with Riley Green. Rhett released the album's third single, " Angels (Don't Always Have Wings)" on January 23, 2023. The album's latter two singles reached number one on the Country Airplay chart. [35] The album also features collaborations with Katy Perry, Tyler Hubbard, and Russell Dickerson.

On October 21, 2022, Rhett released his EP Merry Christmas, Y'all, featuring his take on four Christmas classics. [36]

On September 29, 2023, Rhett released " 20 Number Ones," a greatest hits album, in honor of "Half of Me" becoming his 20th number one single on the Country Aircheck/MediaBase chart. [35] The album includes the bonus track " Mamaw's House," which was released as a single and features Morgan Wallen.

Personal life

Rhett married Lauren Akins ( née Gregory), on October 12, 2012. [37] In May 2017, they announced via Instagram that they were expecting and also in the process of adopting a child from Africa. Shortly after, they brought home their first daughter Willa Gray from Uganda, who was born on November 1, 2015. They then welcomed their second daughter, Ada James, in August 2017. [38] [39] [40] Their third daughter, Lennon Love, was born on February 10, 2020, [41] and their fourth daughter, Lillie Carolina, was born on November 15, 2021. [42]

Rhett is a Christian. [41] [43] [44] He has incorporated his faith into his music through singles like "Beer With Jesus" and collaborations with worship singers such as Chris Tomlin. [45]

Discography

Tours

Headlining

Supporting

Awards and nominations

Year Ceremony Category Recipient/Work Result Ref
2013 American Country Awards New Artist of the Year Thomas Rhett Nominated [49]
2014 iHeartRadio Music Awards Country Song of the Year " It Goes Like This" [50]
CMT Music Awards Video of the Year [51]
Breakthrough Video of the Year
Country Music Association Awards New Artist of the Year Thomas Rhett [52]
American Country Countdown Awards Breakthrough Artist of the Year [53]
2015 Academy of Country Music Awards New Artist of the Year [54]
CMT Music Awards Collaborative Video of the Year " Small Town Throwdown" (shared with Brantley Gilbert & Justin Moore) [55]
BMI Country Awards Top 50 Songs " Make Me Wanna" Won [56]
Country Music Association Awards New Artist of the Year Thomas Rhett Nominated [57]
2016 iHeartRadio Music Awards Country Artist of the Year Nominated [58]
Best Lyrics " Die a Happy Man" Nominated
American Music Awards Favorite Song Nominated [59]
Favorite Country Male Artist - Country Thomas Rhett Nominated
Academy of Country Music Awards New Male Vocalist of the Year Nominated [60]
Album of the Year Tangled Up Nominated
Single Record of the Year " Die a Happy Man" Won
Country Music Association Awards Single of the Year Nominated [61]
Song of the Year Won [61]
Billboard Music Awards Top Country Song Won [62]
2017 Grammy Awards Best Country Song Nominated [63]
iHeartRadio Music Awards Country Artist of the Year Thomas Rhett Won [58]
Country Song of the Year " T-Shirt" Nominated
Academy of Country Music Awards Male Vocalist of the Year Thomas Rhett Won [64]
Song of the Year " Die a Happy Man" Won
CMT Music Awards Video of the Year "Star of the Show" Nominated [65]
Male Video of the Year Nominated
CMT Performance of the Year "Close" (with Nick Jonas) Nominated
Teen Choice Awards Choice Country Song "Craving You" (feat. Maren Morris) Nominated [66]
Country Music Association Awards Musical Event of the Year Nominated [67]
Music Video of the Year Nominated
Male Vocalist of the Year Thomas Rhett Nominated
American Music Awards Favorite Male Artist - Country Nominated [68]
2018 Grammy Awards Best Country Album Life Changes Nominated [69]
iHeartRadio Music Awards Country Artist of the Year Thomas Rhett Won [70]
Country Song of the Year "Unforgettable" Nominated
Academy of Country Music Awards Male Vocalist of the Year Thomas Rhett Nominated [71]
Album of the Year Life Changes Nominated
Video of the Year "Marry Me" Nominated
Vocal Event of the Year "Craving You" (feat. Maren Morris) Nominated
Billboard Music Awards Top Country Artist Thomas Rhett Nominated [72]
Top Country Male Artist Nominated
Top Country Album Life Changes Nominated
CMT Music Awards Video of the Year "Marry Me" Nominated [73]
Collaborative Video of the Year "Craving You" (feat. Maren Morris) Nominated
Male Video of the Year "Marry Me" Nominated
Country Music Association Awards Male Vocalist of the Year Thomas Rhett Nominated [74]
Album of the Year Life Changes Nominated
Music Video of the Year "Marry Me" Won
American Music Awards Favorite Male Artist - Country Thomas Rhett Nominated [75]
Favorite Album - Country Life Changes Nominated
2019 iHeartRadio Music Awards Country Artist of the Year Thomas Rhett Nominated [76]
Academy of Country Music Awards Male Artist of the Year Won [77]
CMT Music Awards Male Video of the Year " Life Changes" Nominated
Teen Choice Awards Choice Country Artist Thomas Rhett Nominated [78]
Choice Country Song Look What God Gave Her Nominated
Country Music Association Awards Male Vocalist of the Year Thomas Rhett Nominated [74]
Album of the Year Center Point Road Nominated
American Music Awards Favorite Male Artist - Country Thomas Rhett Nominated
2020 Grammy Awards Best Country Album Center Point Road Nominated [69]
iHeartRadio Music Awards Country Artist of the Year Thomas Rhett Nominated
Academy of Country Music Awards Entertainer of the Year Won [27]
Album of the Year Center Point Road Nominated
Male Artist of the Year Thomas Rhett Nominated
Video of the Year "Remember You Young" Won
CMT Music Awards Video of the Year Nominated [79]
Male Video of the Year Nominated
Collaborative Video of the Year "Beer Can't Fix" (with Jon Pardi) Nominated
Country Music Association Awards Male Vocalist of the Year Thomas Rhett Nominated
Musical Event of the Year "Be a Light" (feat. Reba McEntire, Hillary Scott, Chris Tomlin, and Keith Urban) Nominated
2021 Grammy Awards Best Country Song "Some People Do" Nominated [69]
Academy of Country Music Awards Entertainer of the Year Thomas Rhett Nominated
Male Artist of the Year Thomas Rhett Won
Song of the Year "Some People Do" Nominated
Musical Event of the Year "Be a Light" Nominated
iHeartRadio Music Awards Country Artist of the Year Thomas Rhett Nominated
CMT Music Awards Male Video of the Year "What's Your Country Song" Nominated
Country Music Association Awards Male Vocalist of the Year Thomas Rhett Nominated
2022 Grammy Awards Best Country Song "Country Again" Nominated

Television appearances

Year Title Role Notes
2016 CMT Crossroads Himself Alongside Nick Jonas
2016–present CMA Music Festival: Country's Night To Rock Himself/co-host Alongside Brett Eldredge and Kelsea Ballerini
2017 The Ranch Himself
2018 The Voice Himself/Advisor Season 15: Team Kelly
2019 Saturday Night Live Himself/Musical guest [80] Season 44: " John Mulaney/Thomas Rhett"
2019 Kennedy Center Honors Himself

He also sang a duet with Elmo and the gang on Sesame Street. [81]

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